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Maggie Reardon 

Solicitor & Managing Director 

Maggie worked as a Conveyancing Paralegal at a local firm, Hadens Solicitors in 2000. After qualifying as a Solicitor in 2007, Maggie has worked predominantly in private client and conveyancing. In 2014 Maggie opened up her own firm. 
 
Outside of work Maggie enjoys socialising with her friends and attending charitable events. Maggie is also a member of the Soroptimist International organisation and likes listening to Opera music, gardening and walking her dog. 
Maggie's Private Client Work Comprises 
Wills both simple and complex 
Lasting Powers of Attorneys 
Registrations of Lasting Powers of Attorneys and Enduring Powers of Attorney 
Court of Protection Applications 
Applications for Grants of Probate 
Applications for Letters of Administration 
Administration of estates 
Maggie's Private Conveyancing Work Comprises 
Acting in the sale and purchase of properties 
Freehold Purchases of Leases 
Lease Extensions 
Transfers of Equity 

Robert Mason 

Consultant Solicitor 

Robert is a Private Client Solicitor. He is a senior member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) and in 2019 achieved the qualification of a Trust and Estate Practitioner (TEP). Robert has over 35 years as a solicitor and some 20 years at a partnership level. He is an experienced public speaker, networker, active member of the (BNI) Business Network International. 
Robert’s Work comprises 
Will drafting including basic wills, asset protection trusts and discretionary trusts. 
Lasting Powers of Attorney, Health and Welfare and Financial decisions, Advance decisions and Living wills. 
Estate Administration, Testate and Intestate estates, applications for Probate and Letters of Administration. 
Court of Protection applications and applying to appoint a Deputy. 
Trusts, drafting and administration. 
Elderly Client advice, Capacity Issues, Care Home Contracts, Care fees, NHS Continuing Healthcare 
Residential Conveyancing often involving properties forming part of Estates. 
Contentious Private Client work, Inheritance Act Claims, Proprietary Estoppel claims, Estate and Probate disputes, Interpretation and Rectification of wills and Chancery court practice. 
 
 

Sufina Memhi 

Trainee Solicitor LLB Honours and Legal Practice Course 

“After completing my Law Degree at the University of Wolverhampton and gaining legal work experience, I decided to look for a firm that was not only local to me, but one that also offered a diverse workload. I came across MAG Solicitors and approached the firm with a view to undertaking Paralegal work before applying for a training contract. 
 
I joined the firm in 2018 and was instantaneously given a wide range of work. I managed to develop my knowledge and knew early on that I wanted to train with the Firm, whilst being in a professional environment that places value on its employees’ wellbeing and progress; I became a Trainee later that year. I have been given clear instructions and support from the onset and have been involved in high-level matters. Whilst the work can be challenging at times, I am thoroughly enjoying my time as a Trainee. 
 
Outside of work, I am involved in various networking and social events.” 
Able to demonstrate detailed knowledge in various conveyancing matters which she started in 2017 to present. Handling a complex caseload of work including Wills, Trusts, Probate and Court of Protection matters, Lasting Powers of Attorneys, Estates Administration and aiding and representing a range of Private Clients. Sufina is a strong team player with excellent communication skills. 

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